University of Exeter has total 22,540 students with 4,211 international from more than 130 different countries. There are around 1,100 mainland Chinese students currently studying at the University of Exeter, less than 5% of total student population. Their popular programmes include:
Exhibitions and events
Details of upcoming international visits by University of Exeter staff to student recruitment fairs and other official events in China.
We don‘t have any visits planned for China yet, sorry! Please check here for updates, or get in touch to be contacted about any future exhibitions and events. You may also want to take a look at the details of student recruitment fairs and other events around the world that our staff will be attending in the coming months.
Details of upcoming international visits by University of Exeter staff to student recruitment fairs and other official events in the Asia Pacific region.
We don‘t have any visits planned for your region yet, sorry! Please check here for updates, or get in touch to be contacted about any future exhibitions and events. You may also want to take a look at the details of student recruitment fairs and other events around the world that our staff will be attending in the coming months.
Details of recent international visits from University of Exeter staff to student recruitment fairs and other official events in the Asia Pacific region.
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|15 July 2019||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|10 - 14 July 2019||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|15 - 23 June 2019||Full details||China||Add event|
|15 April 2019|
Global Conversation: Can big data save lives? Protecting Hong Kong against air pollution and extreme weatherThe Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, Professor Sir Steve Smith, invites you to attend a special event on Monday 15 April in Hong Kong. Full details
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|4 April 2019||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|10 - 15 March 2019||Full details||Malaysia||Add event|
|9 March 2019||Full details||Bangkok||Add event|
|9 March 2019||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|3 - 5 March 2019||Full details||Indoensia||Add event|
|2 March 2019||Full details||Singapore||Add event|
|28 February - 8 March 2019||Full details||Vietnam||Add event|
|23 February - 3 March 2019||Full details||China||Add event|
|18 - 24 February 2019||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|11 - 18 February 2019||Full details||Bangkok||Add event|
|12 - 17 January 2019||Full details||Taiwan||Add event|
|17 - 22 September 2018||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|16 - 19 August 2018||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|8 - 16 July 2018||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|3 June 2018||Full details||Chengdu||Add event|
|2 June 2018||Full details||Xiamen||Add event|
|5 May 2018||Full details||Shijiazhuang||Add event|
|27 April 2018||Full details||Wuhan||Add event|
|17 - 18 March 2018||Full details||South Korea||Add event|
|10 - 15 March 2018||Full details||Indonesia||Add event|
|3 - 4 March 2018||Full details||Kuala Lumpur||Add event|
|24 February 2018||Full details||Singapore||Add event|
|27 - 28 January 2018||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|26 - 27 January 2018||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|20 - 21 January 2018||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|17 January 2018||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|16 January 2018||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|13 - 18 January 2018||Full details||Taiwan||Add event|
|27 November - 3 December 2017||Full details||Korea||Add event|
|18 - 19 November 2017||Full details||Malaysia||Add event|
|17 November 2017||Full details||Singapore||Add event|
|16 November 2017||Full details||Singapore||Add event|
|11 - 12 November 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|9 November 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|8 November 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|17 - 24 October 2017||Full details||Japan||Add event|
|12 - 15 October 2017||Full details||Taiwan||Add event|
|10 - 29 October 2017||Full details||Beijing||Add event|
|6 - 11 October 2017||Full details||Taiwan||Add event|
|23 September 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|16 - 30 September 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|21 August - 14 September 2017||Full details||China||Add event|
|19 August 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|17 - 18 August 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|29 July 2017||Full details||Xi'an, China||Add event|
|24 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|23 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|22 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|21 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|20 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|19 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|18 July 2017||Full details||Thailand||Add event|
|15 - 16 July 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
|13 July 2017||Full details||Royal Plaza Hotel, Mongkok||Add event|
|12 - 31 July 2017||Full details||hong kong||Add event|
|12 - 16 July 2017||Full details||Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, HK||Add event|
|12 July 2017||Full details||Hong Kong||Add event|
Country specific information
Find out information specific to your country below;
See your course details for specific entry requirements:
- Undergraduate courses
- Postgraduate taught courses - Masters and other taught degrees
- Postgraduate research courses - PhD research topics,projects and degrees
English language requirements
If you have already completed your A levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma, you will be eligible for direct entry if you meet your chosen programme’s entry requirements. These are shown on the course pages of the University’s website and in the undergraduate prospectus. You can apply through UCAS.
We also accept the following Chinese qualifications:
- Higher National Diploma
In addition, if you have completed the first year of your Bachelors degree at a Chinese university, you may be eligible for second-year entry if places are available. In order to be eligible, you will need to have studied content equivalent to that in our first-year modules.
2019 GAOKAO 高考
We will accept high achieving Chinese students with the GAOKAO directly onto our undergraduate programmes excluding BMBS Medicine, BSc Medical imaging and MSci Nursing. See our Gaokao requirements page for more detailed information.
We require students who have undertaken the GAOKAO to meet each of the following requirements:
- Achieve the GAOKAO with minimum 75% overall average - including 80% in Mathematics if required as an A-level subject
- Complete the Senior Secondary School Graduation Certificate with a minimum of 85% overall (year 11 and year 12) - including 85% in relevant required subjects
- Meet our required undergraduate English Language entry requirements
INTO Exeter International Year One
If you do not meet the GAOKAO entry requirement and would still like the opportunity to study at the University of Exeter, the University does offer a high quality International Year One program through INTO Exeter at the heart of Streatham Campus. Visit the website INTO: University of Exeter courses page for further details about International Year One.
INTO Exeter International Year One Gaokao entry requirements:
- Achieve the GAOKAO with minimum 60% overall average
- 65% for Gaokao Math for IYO Engineering and IYO Mathematics variants
- Meet required INTO Exeter International Year One English Language entry requirements
|Direct Entry - 75%||Maximum Mathematics Score 最高数学成绩||80% Mathematics Score 数学成绩达80%|
|江苏省/Jiangsu||480||360||160 (200 if taking science stream)||128 (160 if taking science stream)|
For direct entry onto our Masters programmes you will be required to hold a relevant Bachelors degree with a grade equivalent to a UK Upper Second-class honours (2:1). Degrees must have been completed at a Chinese institution recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis, but typical offers for postgraduate programmes require a Chinese Bachelors mark of at least 80%.
INTO Graduate Diploma
If you are interested in our Finance or Management Masters programmes but do not quite meet our entry requirements, you may be able to gain entry by first attaining a Graduate Diploma through INTO, which you can read more about on the INTO University of Exeter site:
For entry onto postgraduate research programmes, you will need to hold a relevant Masters degree, supported by a strong research proposal.
For more information, please visit our postgraduate applications page.
Your fee status will depend on where you are from. When students apply, they are classified as "Home/EU" if they are from the UK or from the European Union, and "International" if they are from elsewhere. If you are not sure whether your fee status is "Home/EU" or "International", read this advice from The Complete University Guide.
Fees vary by programme and will be detailed in the offer letter you will receive after you have applied. Fees are not fixed at the point of entry for all years of study: there may be a small increase year-on-year for courses which are over one year in duration. For more information, please see our .
The University recommends that single students allow at least £1,015 per month for living costs, which includes accommodation, food and books, but not travel to/from the UK. Students with families (a spouse and children) should allow additional resources for each dependant. You can find more details about living costs on our International Student Support webpages. If you need a visa to study in the UK, for yourself and/or your dependants, you should familiarise yourself with UK Visas and Immigration's (UKVI's) financial requirements.
There are many funding and scholarship opportunities available to international students - find out more about these on our searchable funding database. The British Council can also provide more information about funding schemes.
The International Student Support Office is here to help you with your immigration enquiries for the UK - from your initial application for a Tier 4 (General) Student visa to study your first course at Exeter, to visas for working after your studies.
Immigration is changing all the time, it is therefore extremely important that students keep up-to-date with the newest regulations when applying for their visas and access the free specialist immigration advice that we offer. See our Applying for a Visa pages for more information.
The University of Exeter offers a wide selection of university accommodation, on and off campus, to suit all tastes and budgets.
Accommodation is guaranteed for:
- new, unaccompanied first year undergraduates
- international fee-paying unaccompanied first year postgraduates
- full year Erasmus/Study Abroad students
as long as applications are received by the deadline of 31st July.
When you apply for accommodation, please note, you do NOT have to hold an Unconditional offer to submit your application: as long as your response is Firm, you will still be able to apply, even if your offer from the University of Exeter is Conditional. However, a room will not be allocated to you until all the conditions of your offer have been met.
Undergraduate students have a choice of catered or self-catered accommodation. There is a broad range of options: twin rooms, single studio bedrooms with bathroom and kitchen attached, and more. Postgraduate, Study Abroad and Erasmus students can only apply for self-catered accommodation.
For full details of the options available, as well as prices, facilities and 360-degree virtual tours of some of the rooms, visit our accommodation pages.
Students who would like to rent private, rather than University-run, accommodation can use the Accommodation Office's online database of privately rented accommodation. Visit the "Private Housing" section of the accommodation pages for details.
The University of Exeter has agreements with the following independent representatives in your country, who would be pleased to tell you more about the University's facilities and programmes. They can also assist you in making an application.
|51offer||JJL Overseas Education Consulting
Ukuni/InterGreat Education Group
If you have any concerns about whether an agent is an authorised representative of the University of Exeter, please contact us. We also welcome feedback on the services offered by our local representatives.Most of our representatives offer their services to applicants for free. Those that do charge a fee must make this clear from the outset of their consultation with students and issue appropriate receipts.
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本科 - firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1392 723044
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语言课程咨询申请录取(英) - firstname.lastname@example.org
张弛 Mr Harry Zhang
Senior Project Manager (Beijing) - 高级国际官员(北京)
Mobile: +86 13810211334
许盈盈 Ms Kristi Xu
Senior Project Manager (Shanghai) - 高级国际官员(上海)
Mobile: +86 18588584077
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